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    parkinson's diease
    angelwings6754 posted:
    was dignosed oct 8 of last with early stages of parkinson's diease and it not easy to live with. i have alot everyday.i have learned to cope with it.
    editor_morgan responded:
    Hi angelwings6754,

    Thank you for sharing that. It is something that so many others with Parkinson's Disease can really relate to. I hope that you will continue to express yourself about what you are going through.

    Do you have someone that you can talk to? Do you confide in a family member? Or maybe a friend? Or even, a professional? Parkinson's Disease can be a very isolating disease. It is important that you know that you are not alone.

    Here are links to some information that you might find useful on WebMD:

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